Sheikh Ahmad Kutty, a senior lecturer and Islamic scholar at the Islamic Institute of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, states: “If the designs made are mostly flowers and abstract designs without any erotic, or sensuous, or undesirable overtones or messages, then there is nothing in them that would render them as haram or unlawful. This is regardless of the fact it is used by males or females, or by companies to make sportswear or bathing suits.
Like any other product or service, this service or product can be used either for a good or a bad purpose. One is not deemed responsible for what the consumers would do with it unless you know specifically that you are rendering this service for a company that uses it specifically for unlawful purposes. So long as that is not the case, we are not accountable for what others would do with your product or service.
According to one of the principles of Islamic jurisprudence, “that which is hidden from us, we are not accountable for.” In other words, no one is accountable for what the buyers of your product would do with it, so long you are not selling it to people who specialize in haram products.